Actually selling for more, or just offered for more?
This particular B grade example has the added features of a dead disk drive and only one functioning RAM slot.
ive seens iBooks listed for 100+ that were in even worse shape. For example, Dead/failing/missing HDDs, Cracked/faulty LCDs, Broken hinge, missing keys, case cracks everywhere. that is some of the the worst i have seen. The only thing broken on my MDD is the front panel of the case but with the handles and feet on it stays in place fine.
I see machines listed for hundreds of dollars because they include Adobe CS2 which is likely not a legal copy anyway. That being said, they almost never sell. In summary, you can price something however you want, but it doesn't mean it sells.
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Yup, many listings have that, eBay puts it there as a stock description. Obviously it was written when the machine was new
Really? Curious misuse of the word 'avail'. I have not seen it applied in that way outside of India. In fact, the rest of the blurb indicates a non-native speaker was behind it.